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PS Jubilee (ex - Clacton Queen, ex - Duchess of Kent)
Built in 1897 by Day, Summers & Co of Southampton
Length : 195.4 ft - breadth 26.1 feet  (59.6 x 8.0 metres)
Gross tonnage : 399

Built as Duchess of Kent to maintain railway connections from Portsmouth to Ryde on the Isle of Wight for the LSWR / LBSCR
Purchased by the New Medway Steam Packet Company at the end of 1934 and renamed PS Clacton Queen
After one season on the Thames Estuary, she was sold for cruising between Liverpool and Blackpool
Owned by the Mersey and Blackpool Steamphip Company and renamed PS Jubilee Queen
Resold the following year to the Jubilee Shipping Company as Jubilee and then to Mr S B Kelly
Scrapped in Barrow in 1937

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